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Darrelle Revis Charged With Robbery


Although Darrelle Revis’ lawyer insists that the New York Jets star cornerback did nothing wrong and was trying to remove himself from an alleged fight in Pittsburgh last weekend, authorities disagreed.

Revis was charged with robbery, terroristic threats, conspiracy and aggravated assault, after he was reportedly involved in a fight on the south side of Pittsburgh. The Pittsburgh Department of Public Safety put out a statement on the incident and the charges (via NFL.com’s Mike Garafolo). ESPN.com said Thursday night that Revis was officially charged, and Revis’ lawyer said he will turn himself into police.
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Fertility App Prevents Unwanted Pregnancies


Fertility App Prevents Unwanted Pregnancies. The app works by getting women to enter their body temperatures, ovulation test results and date of menstruation.
An algorithm (a set of rules to help solve a problem, run by computer software) then determines whether a woman is fertile on that day. This should help her make a decision about having unprotected sex.
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Is Baby #3 On The Way for Kate Middleton and Prince William

Screen Shot 2015-04-23 at 6.17.44 PMWe all know that Kate Middle and Prince Williams 2nd baby could be born at anytime. Yahoo News reports Prince George could get a sibling as early as Thursday, as “well-placed” sources reveal to The Daily Mail that Kate Middleton’s actual due date was Wednesday or Thursday. Although Kensington Palace has yet to confirm her due date, the duchess did reveal in London last month that her due date was “mid to late April.”

But is the royal couple planning for baby #3? It appears that the couple definitely wants a princess, and there’s a big chance that baby #2 will be a boy.  HollywoodGossip mentions although many fingers are crossed for the Duke and Duchess to have a little girl, Middleton’s uncle Gary Goldsmith says even if this baby isn’t, there’s always the next.

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JPMorgan hack exposed data of 83 million, among biggest breaches in history

(Reuters) – Names, addresses, phone numbers and email addresses of the holders of some 83 million households and small business accounts were exposed when computer systems at JPMorgan Chase & Co were recently compromised by hackers, making it one of the biggest data breaches in history. The bank revealed the scope of the previously disclosed breach on Thursday, saying that there was no evidence that account numbers, passwords, user IDs, birth dates or Social Security numbers had been stolen. …

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Source: JPMorgan hack exposed data of 83 million, among biggest breaches in history

U.S. heroin deaths double in link to prescription painkillers: CDC

NEW YORK (Reuters) – The over-prescribing of painkillers is fuelling nearly 17,000 annual deaths from overdoses in the United States as well as a rise in heroin use, according to a study released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Thursday. The CDC reviewed 2010-2012 mortality data from 28 states to measure rising fatal heroin overdose rates and determine how the increases were tied to prescription painkillers. The study found that the death rate from heroin overdoses doubled during that two-year span to from 1 to 2. …

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Source: U.S. heroin deaths double in link to prescription painkillers: CDC

Exclusive: Gross told Gundlach Thursday night of plan to quit Pimco

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Jeffrey Gundlach, head of the bond firm DoubleLine, on Friday told Reuters that fellow bond maven Bill Gross called him Thursday evening to tell him that he was leaving Pimco, the investment firm Gross founded more than 40 years ago. Gross, who quit Pimco on Friday to join Janus Capital Group, met with Gundlach last week at Gundlach’s home in Los Angeles to discuss whether Gross might join Gundlach’s firm, Gundlach said in an interview. While skeptical at first about the approach by Gross, Gundlach said by the end of their meeting he thought “we had a lot in common. …

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Jury begins retrial of Florida loud music shooting

By Susan Cooper Eastman JACKSONVILLE Fla. (Reuters) – A Florida jury began hearing the retrial on Thursday of Michael Dunn, a middle-aged white man charged with murder after he shot an unarmed black teenager during an argument over loud rap music. Dunn, 47, a software engineer, fired 10 rounds at an SUV carrying four black teens listening to music at a Jacksonville gas station in November 2012, killing 17-year-old Jordan Davis. Prosecutor John Guy on Thursday gave a chilling dramatic narrative opening of the night Davis died after verbally insulting Dunn. … …read more

Source: Jury begins retrial of Florida loud music shooting

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